TagConfiguration.get(<string>) not working

This code:

tags = system.tag.browseConfiguration("parent", True)
for tag in tags:
	print tag.get("value")

is returning this error

TypeError: get(): "1st arg can't be coerced to com.inductiveautomation.ignition.common.config.Property"

in the Script Console. We are running 7.9.5.

Essentially, TagConfiguration.get is not accepting a string as the property name as described here. TagConfiguration.get is working when I pass in a Property object from TagConfiguration.getProperties(). Is this a bug in 7.9.5 or am I missing something?

.get() there doesn’t accept a string. You’ll have do something like:

from import com.inductiveautomation.ignition.common.sqltags.model import TagProp
tags = system.tag.browseConfiguration("parent", True)
for tag in data:
	print tag.get(TagProp.Value)

See the constants here for other possibilities.

The documentation at the link I provided just states

TagConfiguration[] - A list of TagConfiguration objects. Attributes on the object may be read by calling get(“propertyName”).

Thats where I was under the impression that it accepts a string.

Sorry about that, this is an oversight in the documentation. The .get() function currently takes in a property object, not a string. You can loop through the non-default properties like the first example on the [system.tag.browseConfiguration] (https://docs.inductiveautomation.com/display/DOC79/system.tag.browseConfiguration) user manual page.

tagConfig = system.tag.browseConfiguration("[default]", False)
for tag in tagConfig:
    propList = tag.getProperties()
    for prop in propList:
        #Print the property name and value.
        print "Property '%s' has a value of '%s'" % (prop, tag.get(prop))

Thanks for updated the documentation! I’ll find a way to do what I need.